A workshop on Supporting FAIR Data Principles with Fedora was delivered on Thursday, February 22 by David Wilcox, Fedora Product Manager. This workshop provided an overview of Fedora with a focus on how it can support the four FAIR principles: findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reusability. Attendees had an opportunity to explore Fedora features first-hand using a virtual environment. Similar training opportunities will be available at events throughout the year.
Last Friday February 23rd the University of Toronto Scarborough hosted an Islandora CLAW + Linked Data Lunch and Learn session. The recording is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uC1mujWB30k&t=12s.
0:00:14 - Introduction to Islandora CLAW and Linked Data (Danny Lamb, Technical Lead, Islandora Foundation)
The 4Science proposal for an implementation aimed at increasing the interoperability features supported by the most broadly used platforms in the open science ecosystem for Literature Repositories, Data Repositories, Journals platforms and CRIS/RIMS, such as DSpace, Dataverse, OJS and DSpace-CRIS, has been selected for funding under the OpenAIRE call for services, launched last December.
The tender by 4Science focuses on two main topics:
Research Graph VIVO Cloud Pilot. For years sites wishing to implement VIVO have been looking for a way to discover the work of their institution and represent it in a VIVO. Some sites have asked for a hosted solution. Last year, I worked with Research Graph to show how their data could be harvested and loaded into a hosted VIVO. Since then, working with
From Mike Conlon, VIVO Project Director
Keep those ideas coming Have an idea about VIVO? What do we want? How will we get it? Share your ideas here: https://goo.gl/S2VSGD We will be collecting ideas through February 19. We hope to hear from you!
From Violeta Ilik, Head of Cataloging and Metadata Services, Stony Brook University Libraries
From Ed Simons, euroCRIS President